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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Working with Files

WHENEVER YOU WORK with Word, Word is creating a file, called a document file. You can create the file and just throw it away when you’re finished, or you can save it on a disk drive for future reference.

Saving a File

The first time you save your file, Word prompts you for a name and a folder in which to save it. Click the File tab and choose Save or click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar. The Save As dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 1-10.

Figure 1-10. Saving a file for future reference.

Tip

Optionally, press Ctrl+S to save your file.

From the Save As dialog box, you enter the following ...

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